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    Calculating the price of donor eggs

    The price of your donor egg order is determined by the type of donor you choose and how many eggs you require for your fertility treatment. Cryos gives more flexibility in your purchasing options, allowing you to buy quantities of 1, 2 or 3 frozen donor eggs per straw. 

      The expense of fertility treatment with donor eggs is a factor for many people. Below you can learn more about the costs of ordering donor eggs from Cryos. Hopefully, this information can help guide you in your process of using an egg donor to fulfil your dream.


      The price of donor eggs with Cryos International

      How does egg donor type affect price? 

      Your choice of egg donor type affects the total cost because an ID Release Donor is more expensive than a Non-ID Release Donor.

      • If a frozen egg donor is Non-ID Release, the cost of each frozen egg is $2,450.  
      • If a frozen egg donor is ID Release, the cost of each frozen egg is $2,750.

      How does quantity affect price? 

      The previously mentioned prices are per donor egg. The more donor eggs, the higher your total cost.

      Many doctors and clinics recommend a cohort purchase of 6-8 frozen donor eggs for embryo transfer fertility treatment. This method can be too expensive for many, but with Cryos you are able to reserve and purchase any amount of donor eggs you may need for your treatment with financing available.

      Have in mind each case is different, so please consult your fertility/IVF clinic regarding the number of eggs required for your treatment.

      Examples of the cost for donor eggs

      As an example scenario, an ID Release egg donor has 18 eggs available for sale at a price of $2,750 per egg. Our donor egg database may have those 18 eggs divided in the following way:

      • One (1) straw containing one (1) egg costing $2,750 per straw
      • Seven (7) straws containing two (2) eggs costing $5,500 per straw
      • One (1) straw containing three (3) eggs costing $8,250 per straw

      Total = 18 donor eggs.

      You are able to buy any combination of available straws you need and therefore choose the quantity of frozen eggs you choose. Using the example above, if you or your fertility clinic wants you to purchase six (6) eggs, you could purchase three (3) straws with two (2) eggs per straw. Each straw would cost $5,500 and the total price would be $16,500.

      To view our database of egg donors and their available eggs, go to egg donor search and click “See details” for more information about individual donors, including the cost of eggs.

      What is the price for shipping?

      Delivery prices listed below must be added to each order. Follow this link to read more about the shipping of donor eggs.

      US Shipping & Handling - Eggs$550
      Local Messenger Delivery & Handling (Orlando) - Eggs     $175
      Alaska, Hawaii Puerto Rico or International ShippingContact us

      Terms of delivery are DAP (Delivered At Place) in accordance with Incoterms 2010. This means door-to-door but excludes all forms of local customs formalities such as customs clearance, import clearance, VAT, customs duty, tax, etc. For more information about when to expect delivery, go to ordering donor eggs.

      Have more questions?

      Cryos’ Customer Care department is available to assist you with any questions about the cost and process of ordering donor eggs. We will work closely with your clinic to make it easy for you to select the perfect egg donor and purchase their eggs. Some clinics will prefer that their patients buy from Cryos directly, and pay the clinic for treatment services only, while some include the cost of eggs from Cryos into their overall price and their patients do not pay us - we are happy to work in either way.